Organic Electronics and Regiochemistry

Organic electronics is a field that provides the study of materials science related to the synthesis, characterization, designing, and application of small organic molecules or polymers that shows considerable electronic properties such as conductivity. It is made from organic (carbon-based) small molecules or polymers using synthetic strategies developed in the context of organic and polymer chemistry. Regiochemistry is defined as the preference of chemical bond making or breaking one direction to all other possible directions. It can often apply to which of many possible positions a reagent will affect, such as which proton a strong base will abstract from an organic molecule, or where on a substituted benzene ring a further substituent will add. Because of the ability of the formation of one product over another, the reaction is selective. This reaction is called regioselective because it selectively generates one constitutional isomer rather than the other.

  • Conductive organic materials
  • Conductive polymers
  • Organic light-emitting diode
  • Organic field-effect transistor
  • Organic electronic devices
  • Regioselectivity in electrophilic aromatic substitution
  • Regioselectivity in radical reactions
  • Nucleophilic and Electrophilic Attack
  • Conjugate addition

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